"Brainz Power," More Droolworthy Illustration By Craig & Karl

Curator: Simon Endres
date: February 13, 2015
Categories: Art, Illustration, Poster Design
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The work by Craig & Karl just makes me happy—both emotionally and intellectually. This "Brainz Power" illustration is a somewhat abstract depiction of something bodily, blobby, and gross but through visual dexterity and humor they've been able to turn grey matter into a writhing ball of funkiness.

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"Gloria" by Allora & Calzadilla

Curator: Simon Endres
date: February 12, 2015
Categories: Art
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Originally part of the U.S. exhibition at the 2011 Venice Biennale, this work has always remained top of mind. It's audacious both in terms of scale, logistics, and politics. 


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Henry Hargreaves' "Gingerbread and Candy" Art Galleries

Curator: Simon Endres
date: February 11, 2015
Categories: Architecture, Art, Photography, Typography
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Artist (and fellow Kiwi) Henry Hargreaves collaborated with Caitlin Levin last year to recreate some of the world's most iconic art galleries constructed entirely from gingerbread and candy.
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Remix Your Interests with the REDEF Newsletter

Curator: Simon Endres
date: February 10, 2015
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Experience Design
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Jason Hirschhorn’s REDEF is a curated mix of media, tech, and pop-culture content (design is on its way). Their current offering is a free daily email, but they're poised to launch their new brand, mobile, and desktop experience in the coming weeks. 

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Sattelite Lab "Freeze" Time to Push Image Making Into New Territory

Curator: Simon Endres
date: February 9, 2015
Categories: Art, Experience Design, Photography
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Using high-speed cameras to freeze a moment in time, Carlo Van De Roer and his partners Stuart Rutherford and Matias Corea at Satellite Lab have been exploring the possibilities of moving light sources around in real-time within that frozen scene. 

Movement of the objects and the light source can be controlled independently creating a new way to describe objects in space and time, paving the way for a new kind of visual storytelling.
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